The Daily List is a tool you can use to keep yourself organized on a day-to-day basis. It helps you separate “big rocks” (essential things that you need to complete to consider your day successful) from other action items.
While much of the burnout and overwork we see in our sectors is beyond any individual person’s control, we do have control over how we manage our time and systems so that we can achieve great results, avoid unnecessary chaos, and minimize fatigue. This article covers personal practices that can help you and your team get your most important work done sustainably.
The Weekly-Plus list is a complement to our Daily List to keep yourself organized beyond the day-to-day. It helps you keep track of backburner projects while prioritizing those that will make your month a success.
When looking for work you can delegate, ask yourself: what are the areas where you can make the greatest impact and leverage your strengths? Use comparative advantage to decide what work you should own and what you should delegate.